Clothes in German
Let’s learn some words for clothes in German – these are useful to know in all kinds of situations. After this free audio lesson you’ll be able to describe what someone is wearing, or what you’re looking for when shopping for clothes in a German-speaking country.
Perhaps you’re heading outdoors and a local is recommending what to wear. Either way, let’s get these German words under your belt! Practice speaking aloud as you listen to the audio, and follow the English translation. And here’s a tip to help you remember: as you get dressed each morning, practice saying the German words for the clothes you put on!
Resources for further reading:
Pronouncing clothes in German
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Ein Paar dicke Socken
A pair of thick socks
Ein Paar Handschuhe
A pair of gloves
If you are lucky to have some good weather you might also need…
A sun hat
If the weather is no good, you may want to say that you are boiling hot, freezing cold, wet or miserable. Here are some useful sentences…
Mir ist kalt.
Mir ist heiß.
Meine Füße sind kalt.
My feet are cold.
Meine Finger sind gefroren.
My fingers are frozen.
Ich bin durchnäßt.
I'm soaking wet.
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